The Yellow Wood

Tem, Melanie

Verlag: ChiZine Publications, 2015
ISBN 10: 1771483148 / ISBN 13: 9781771483148
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Titel: The Yellow Wood
Verlag: ChiZine Publications
Erscheinungsdatum: 2015

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BECHTINGER, Joseph.
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Buchbeschreibung Forbes 2820. First and only edition of a report about a visit to the Hawaiian Islands in 1868 by the German physician Joseph Bechtinger.''Dr. Bechtinger arrived at Hawaii from San Francisco in the fall of 1868. In October 1868 he was on the island of Hawaii, where he visited the volcano. At a later date he made an excursion to Haleakala on Maui. Much of the text concerns medical matters, particularly the doctor's interest in lepers on Molokai. A woodcut vignette on page 45 is a fine view of Kaneohe from the Nuuanu Pali. The frontispiece (which may also include the author's himself) and three of the images on the plates depict Hawaiians afflicted with leprosy. A portrait of Kamehameha V is on the plate inserted at page 144'' (Forbes).The views of Honolulu include one of the beach where Cook was murdered.With the edges somewhat tattered, not approaching the text, but otherwise in good condition. Wrappers soiled and damaged, and spine repaired with tape. Artikel-Nr. EBTGWZ01U79O

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Burliuk, David (Foreword). Lozowic, Louis (Übersetzung).
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Buchbeschreibung Published by the Société Anonyme, Inc New York. Press of J. J. O Brien & Son,, New York, 1925. Buchzustand: sonst ein gutes Exemplar. 26 x 1,8 cm, New York, Published by the Société Anonyme, Inc New York. Press of J. J. O Brien & Son, [1925], 26 x 1,8 cm, 12 Seiten, 4 schwarz-weiss Abbildungen, ein Persönlichkeitsfoto, illustrierte Original-Klammerheftung (lediglich die Metallklammern oxidiert), kleiner Papierabrieb innherhalb der Umrahmung auf dem Vorderdeckel, sonst ein gutes Exemplar. SA 34 (= Sammlung Société Anonyme). - Herbert, Apter, Kenney, The Société Anonyme and the Dreier Bequest at Yale University, 1984, darin: Seite 7; Seite 128 (mit Abbildung der Titelillustration); Seite 756, chronology: [.] Campendonk s one artist show, costing $ 1250, is held at the Daniel Galleries; Dreier and Burliuk speak at the opening, and Burliuk writes a short text for the accompanying brochure [.]. - Gross, J., The Société Anonyme. Modernism in America, 2006, darin siehe Seite 170. - Firmenich, Andrea, Heinrich Campendonk 1889-1957. Leben und expressionistisches Werk. Aurel Bongers Recklinghausen, 1989. - Charles Daniel (1878-1971), art dealer, opened his gallery, known as Daniel Gallery, after the Armory show in 1913. The gallery closed in 1932. Sprache: Englisch illustrierte Original-Klammerheftung (lediglich die Metallklammern oxidiert), kleiner Papierabrieb innherhalb der Umrahmung auf dem Vorderdeckel, Artikel-Nr. 3410AB

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Buchbeschreibung For Alida Fabricius, see documents viewable on regionaalarchiefzutphen.nl and erfgoedleiden.nl. and for her husband also NNWB VI, cols. 35-36. A Van Ravesteyn Bible in the 1562 "Deux Aes" translation, in an extremely rare early 17th century Dutch embroidered silk binding, decorated with flowers and most prominently with tulips, apparently made for Alida Fabricia (Zutphen 1620-Leiden? post 1649) perhaps as a gift when she was taken up as a member of the Dutch Reformed Church as a young girl. Early 17th-century Dutch embroidered bindings are extremely rare, with only a few specimens known. We are grateful to Jan Storm van Leeuwen of the Royal Library at The Hague, for informing us that this is the only example known with a surviving carrying device, in this case a braided silk cord. The design also differs greatly from other embroidered bindings known, achieving its effects by the embroidered designs themselves, rather than by the addition of pearls, glitter or jewels. The choice of flowers for the decorative motif was regarded as appropriate for a young girl. It also allowed a luxurious and even spectacular Bible binding whose down-to-earth theme nevertheless eschews the ostentation of pearls, glitter and jewels in what was clearly a very expensively bound book, probably reflecting the family's Calvinist beliefs. The decision to give the tulip the most prominent position, in the central oval cartouche on each board, reflects its remarkable status. The tulip remained a rare and expensive exotic species ca. 1628, several years before the famous tulip mania of 1636/37, when speculative trade in tulip bulbs created a bubble that burst. Few people could hope to own a live tulip ca. 1628.The owner's name "Alethea Fabritia" is written on the front paste-down. She was the daughter of Henricus Fabricius, a minister of the Dutch Reformed Church at Zutphen. At Leiden in 1646 she married the German-born Calvinist minister of the church Samuel Althusius. Althusius grew up in Emden, where his father Johannes was a leading German Calvinist legal scholar, and became minister of the German Reformed Church in Leiden in 1645, remaining there to his death. His sister married the Leiden professor of law Bernardus Schotanus (1598-1652), a witness at Samuel and Alida's marriage.The book itself is in very good condition, with only some mottled browning in the first quire of the catechism. The binding is worn, with the purple nap worn away in places revealing the uncoloured fabric underneath, most of the floral decoration on the boards lost (though the lines delineating the forms of the lost parts remain visible) as well as small parts of the other decorations on the boards and the flowers on the spine, and the silk has torn along the hinges. The braided cord is broken in one place but survives complete and still attached to the two fittings at the head of the boards. Artikel-Nr. 3477

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